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  • #2
    Longer trailers are easy to fix. I got a trailer for my old 16' Capri for $200. It came with the 18' junk boat on its back. I just modified it to fit by moving roller cross beams forward and cutting off the excess frame. I slid the roller brackets around on the cross beams until I got a good fit. EZ Loader trailers are pretty easy to adjust, so long as you have good penetrating oil!!
    1986 Bayliner 16' Capri, 90 hp Johnson (sold)
    1990 Chaparral 2000 SL Sport, 4.3L LX, Mercruiser Alpha I, Gen I

    Link to Chaparral restoration- http://forums.iboats.com/forum/boat-repair-and-restoration/boat-restoration-building-and-hull-repair/10286641-chaparral-2000-sl-sport-floor-and-more

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      • #4
        i'm guessing it fits a boat, 23-25' long, and overall length of the trailer is 27'.

        adjustable likely means you can move the bunk brackets and winch post.

        some trailers have welded in place brackets.
        Medford, WI


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        • #5
          On an EZLoader, there are several adjustments, Position of and height winch and winch stand, bow stop height and length, bunks height and width of spread, most trailer allow alternate positioning of the crossmember that the bunk supports are on. Axle location is adjustable. Longer and/or swing tongues are available. Regarding roller trailers, the aforementioned applies, plus various rollers are available and they too often offer adjustments in location
          The 25/27 usually means two different tongue lengths

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            • #7
              The customs are welded and are pretty much not adjustable, unless you cut and weld

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              • #8
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                Thanks. Exactly what I was wondering.

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